FUNCTIONS OF THE MODERN AIRPORT: SERVICING OF A PASSENGER AIRLINER FROM ITS ARRIVAL UNTIL ITS NEXT TAKE-OFF, METHODS OF HANDLING TICKETS, PASSENGER FOOD SERVICE, BAGGAGE & MAIL LOADING, CHECKING PLANES IN & OUT, WEATHER PLANNING, RADIO SERVICE. favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews )
Designed to show primary grade pupils how the United States post office system operates. Follows both a city and a rural mailman on their appointed rounds and explains graphically to children how postmen sort mail and deliver it. Also the great social responsibility of Uncle Sam's letter carriers. favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews )
Shows transportation corridors leading into and out of New York City, and efforts at transportation and infrastructure planning. favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 10 reviews ) Topics: New York City, Transportation: General, City planning
Ralph learns the five food groups, helping him to eat a balanced diet, and has more fun because of his better health. favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 12 reviews ) Topics: Health and hygiene, Food, Nutrition
Uses demonstrations and examples in discussing the origin and composition of sedimentary rocks. Explains methods by which students can learn about the ways in which sediments are produced, transported, accumulated, and hardened into sedimentary rock. favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews ) Topic: geology
A study of Indians of today on and off the reservation, includes their homes, work, problems, and prospects for the future SummaryDiscusses the activities, achievements and problems of American Indians living on reservations and in urban relocation centers. Explains that Indians are working as ranchers, farmers, migratory workers, craftsmen, artists, professionals and technicians. Explains some of the ways in which an individual can achieve greater self-awareness and peace of mind by using... Topics: American Indians of Today, Immigration, Technicians, Emigration, Native Americans of North America,...
Using the five fingers of each hand as a check off device, the film identifies a food group with each finger. Using this system, Ralph learns to eat a balanced diet and has more fun because of his better health.
How educational films contribute to teaching and learning. With many examples taken from scientific and historical films. favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 2 reviews ) Topic: Motion pictures: In education
How color relationships and coordination are applied to art, hair styling, eyes, complexion, dress and home decoration. Narrator: James A. Brill. Educational Collaborator: Eliot O'Hara, N.A. favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 4 reviews ) Topics: Perception: Color, Art and artists: Technique, Fashion
The four steps in acquiring, maintaining and improving mental health: express emotions naturally, respect yourself, respect others, and solve problems as they arise. favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 6 reviews ) Topics: Social guidance, Psychology, Mental hygiene
Depicts the problems created by the gradual transfer of decision making from local committees to centralized bodies operating at state and national levels. Suggests the need for preserving a balance between local and central authority. favoritefavorite ( 1 reviews )
The story of egg production on a large, commercial egg farm. Emphasizes the care given to hens in clean and scientifically-regulated laying houses. Describes the gathering of eggs from open nests and trap nests. Explains the purpose of the cooling room, candling machine, electric egg cleaner, grading machine track, and shipping cases. Views of some of the top comics of the 1920's, including Charlie Chase, Monty Banks, Fatty Arbuckle, Larry Semon, Andy Clyde, and others. favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews ) Topic: eggs
Editor, David Harvey ; collaborator, Richard T. HartmanTraces the evolutionary development of algae in terms of structure and reproductive mechanisms; shows the typical forms of algae as they are adapted to various habitats; and explains the ecological role of algae in different environments. Uses photomicrography to reveal a variety of reproductive processes--Chlamydomonas in cell division, Ulothris releasing motile spores, and fertilization of an egg in Oedogonium SummaryDescribes the... Topics: 16mm Film, Educational Film, Algae, Algae as food, Algae, Algae Source: Lasergraphics ScanStation
Shows, in the imaginative form of a 'REPORT FROM OUTER SPACE,' how the ways of mankind might appear to visitors from another planet. Considers the things most cultures have in common and the ways they change as they pass from one generation to the next.
Illustrates important community functions and services. Depicts police and fire protection, health safeguards, and park and recreational facilities. Points out how members of the community are interdependent. Some footage of Howdy Doody, which you don't expect to see in an EBF film. Not to be confused with the 1969 EBEC film Our Community.
01:35:13:26 CU shadow of kid on tricycle; boy on tricycle rides past camera; POV shot from tricycle, car enters frame with headlight at eye level; cuts to broken class with title text Anyone at All! 01:35:43:10 Man walks out door of house carrying basket, takes several steps down stairs then falls. 01:37:48:23 CU little boy looks out window and announces “He’s here, he’s here everybody!”; everyone in house takes hiding places; boy opens door, family yells surprise but there is a stern...
MAN DEPOSITS CASH & CHECK IN SAVINGS ACCOUNT, RECEIVES INTEREST, BORROWS MONEY FOR HIS BUSINESS, SIGNS NOTE FOR IT, OPENS CHECKING ACCOUNT, ENTERS TRANSACTIONS IN CHECKBOOK, & GETS CHANGE FOR HIS STORE. SHOWS BANK VAULT, WORK OF FEDERAL RESERVE BANK. favoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews )
Some lab shots, some microcinematography, some reenactments of Pasteur peering into his microscope. Shows the importance of bacteria in our everyday life. Animated drawings and live action scenes show bacterial growth and reproduction, and ways in which bacteria may be grouped for systematic study. Contributions of Leeuwenhoek, Pasteur and Koch are noted. favorite ( 1 reviews )
Made to commemorate the 25th anniversary of Encyclopaedia Britannica Films, this film shows the steps in the process of producing educational films, including scripting, shooting, editing and capturing of sound. favoritefavorite ( 2 reviews ) Topic: Motion pictures: In education
Assisted by an instructive dream, a secretary learns how to be more personable and thus render her job more enjoyable. favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 5 reviews ) Topics: Social guidance, Occupations: Clerical, Gender roles
Do's and don'ts film portraying ways in which office etiquette contributes to success in office relationships. Follows a young woman who is seeking her first secretarial job and shows examples of good (and hilariously bad) on-the-job behavior. favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 7 reviews ) Topics: Social guidance, Social guidance: Etiquette, Occupations: Clerical
Explains steps to take in case of an atomic bomb alert or a bombing without warning at school, in the open or at home. Gives simple explanation of nuclear fusion. 22:22:22 Classic atomic eyeball shot 22:22:50 CU Hands operating a Geiger Counter 22:22:54 CU Students faces 22:22:57 CU Hands on a Geiger Counter 22:23:29 Atomic Scientists doing experiments 22:23:45 Animation of atomic bomb detonating in city 22:24:08 Animation of faceless boy in from of faceless family. In the background a cutout...
This film has amazing footage of a circus coming into a town, the townspeople helping with construction of the circus tents, the clowns preparing for their performance and the variety of circus acts and the crowds viewing them. A circus train pulling into a station. Circus carts being rolled off the train. Elephants walking down train ramps. An elephant pulling up a long wooden pole with ropes. Men pounding in stakes with mallets A machine pounding in stakes. A group of men unrolling a large... favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews )
Appraisal. Excellent for showing the homes and their construction, the crude agricultural methods, the wide reliance on fish and game for food, and the primitive household equipment of the New England settlement at Salem (1626-29). Should be useful in developing an understanding of (1) the hardships of colonial life, (2) the social organization of a colonial community, (3) the importance of religion in the life of the people, and (4) some of the motives which brought the colonists to the New...